7 things to know before going to Cancun
Still don’t know the Cancun beaches, here you can have some tips to start preparing your journey in this Quintana Roo paradise.
Is there a better plan to end the year than scape some days to the pretty Cancun beaches? If you still don’t know this paradise located in the Mexican Caribbean, but you are decided to go in your next vacations, take note of this advices and start planning an unforgettable escape and learn the language in our Spanish schools.
Weather in Cancun
If you are looking for a warm destiny and with a lot of sun, Cancun it’s an ideal place. It’s weather is tempered and it rounds the 77°F and the 86°F in all year. In the season of rains, June-October, the temperature reduces significatively and there are more storms and hurricanes. The best months to travel with the best weather are from November to May.
We suggest you to check the weather before you go to Cancun, so you will know what kind of clothes you will pack. Obviously don’t forget your batsuit, sandals, cotton clothes and a pair of sunglasses to enjoy the places while learning Spanish with our Spanish courses.
Archeological zones in Cancun
Cancun is not just synonym of paradise beaches, but history. Around the city you will find places that still remain from the past centuries. If you have a curious spirit, we recommend you to go out and explore.
Take advantage of your journey to Cancun and discover the archeological zones more important in Mexico: Chichen Itza. This enigmatic and impressive place its located by 3 hours on highway and 1 in a plane, there are direct flies from Cancun. If you prefer travel by highways, you can rent a car or go in a bus. The tour will take you almost all day buy you will not regret it.
Do you know the best way to live the experience to the fullest? Get to know the local language, take Spanish courses for as long as you want and take your experience to the next level!
Also you can go in an excursion to Tulum, there you will find Mayan ruins close to the side of beach that will let you marveled. Its to an hour and a half from Cancun.
Aquatic activities in Cancun
One of the advantages when you travel to Cancun is that you can make a countless activity underwater, like snorkeling, diving or swimming with dolphins.Also, in our Spanish schools you will be able to learn the language through attractive activities in Spanish courses.
Transport in Cancun
When you arrived to Cancun, you have many options of transport, one of them is the taxis and they define the fees depending the zone that you want to go. We advised you to get a deal with the taxi driver to avoid surprises. Remember that those taxis that you can take out of the hotel or restaurant are a little more expensive. If you are looking for more cheaper options, there are buses that can take you to the most touristic places by less money. Communicate better with people by learning the local language in our Spanish schools.
Another good options its to rent a car, it will be easier to move from place to place and its very recommendable if you are traveling with kids or a group of friends.
Nightlife in Cancun
One of the reasons that many people around Mexico and abroad visit Cancun is for his nightlife. Here the party never ends and there’s a lot of restaurants, pubs, and discotheques with a lot of concepts to satisfy every taste. Remember that at Alegre Spanish Schools we have attractive Spanish classes where you can learn the language while interacting in cooking classes, sports, etc.
Most of the discotheques opens at 22 hours, and the fee it’s more or less 50 USD, it includes free drinks all night. The most popular it’s The City Cancún (the biggest in Latin America) and the classics like Coco Bongo, Bulldog, Dady’O and Mandala.
Gastronomy in Cancun
If you enjoy the food more than party, then we recommend you to explore the Mayan gastronomy. Taste the Tikin Xic, a marinated fish with a dressing of achiote and oranges. Delight your palate with typical cochinita pibil, the panuchos, ceviche and fish tacos.
Shopping in Cancun
Many travelers enjoy collect handicrafts from the places that visit. If ypu are one of them, you have to visit the Mercado 28, the Mercado de Artesanía Coral Negro, the Mercado La Fiesta or the Casa del Arte Popular Mexicano. In these places you will find objects and souvenirs of all kind elaborated with the artisan hands of the people from Quintana Roo.
Another thing that you can do its practice your spanish skills with the locals, and if you want to improve your spanish, check our services in alegrespanishschools, you can find a lot of spanish courses for your level and get a certification.
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